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10009 4
Local Law 84 New York City 4
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David A. Clarke Jr. 2
LL-87 New York 2
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10009

New York City

10025 1
215 criminal defendants nationwide 1
A report issued by the Justice Department’s inspector general 1
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. called a news conference to trumpet the Justice Department’s success in combating foreclosure fraud through a program called the Distressed Homeowner Initiative. “The success of the Distressed Homeowner Initiative 1
Child 1
David A. Clarke Jr 1
Funny or Die Video Archive 1
HR1913 1
Local Law 87 Compliance NYC 1
Local Law 87 Manhattan 1
Local Law 87 New York City 1
Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009 1
Local law 1
Michael E. Horowitz 1
Molest 1
Molesto 1
Mr. Holder announced that prosecutors had brought cases involving “1 1
NYC LL87 Energy Audits 1
Teddy 1
The Scene 1
US Government 1
Under Cover 1
Wild On 1
Wyled 1
a Justice Department spokeswoman pointed out: “In the time period in question 1
after the transactions 1
almost a year later the Justice Department revised those figures significantly downward. The total number of defendants charged was 107 1
and in light of the other findings 1
and that means showing the money was put to good use. But Mr. Horowitz’s report states that mortgage fraud was not a high priority for the F.B.I. 1
and the developments we announce today 1
and the fraud can take many different forms. During the period when real estate values soared 1
and the loss from criminal activity was $95 million. In response to Mr. Horowitz’s report 1
and the number of convictions rose by more than 100 percent.” An interesting question is whether accurate reporting of the results 1
anti-gun 1
before the Distressed Homeowner Initiative 1
bernays 1
brainwashing 1
but I think it is clear that there was pressure to announce the success of the initiative to demonstrate how the Justice Department was responding to public outcry over the lack of tangible evidence that prosecutors were taking a hard line. And so we have an example of “act in haste 1
but claiming to pursue several corporate executives gave the original numbers much more punch in light of accusations that the Justice Department was being soft on Wall Street. The inspector general’s report puts much of the blame for the inflated figures on how the F.B.I. gathered the information for Mr. Holder. Mr. Horowitz noted that “we found significant breakdowns in the process used to develop the results of the Distressed Homeowners Initiative.” That occurred at least in part because the F.B.I. had “too little time and resources available to allow for vetting of the data.” The report does not give a reason for taking such a slapdash approach 1
but their validity may be open to question. Mr. Horowitz’s report points out that his office did not audit these figures 1
connecticut 1
crime commission 1
criminal gangs 1
criminal law 1
daily news 1
deliberate hoax 1
disinformation 1
editing 1
enforcement agencies 1
especially in such a short period 1
fake news 1
fake story 1
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fbi wash 1
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from frauds that resulted in losses of more than $1 billion. After questions from the news media about those claims 1
governor 1
governor kirk 1
hate crimes bill 1
hate speech 1
he recommends that the Justice Department “revisit the results.” Catching those engaged in mortgage fraud is not like operating a sobriety checkpoint or drug dragnet that quickly yields arrests. Trumpeting initiatives for pursuing complex white-collar crimes whose success will be reported in months rather than years runs the risk of offering results that don’t grab the public’s attention — or worse 1
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